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woman's backpack, in this case, a police pursuit. officers just wrapped up their investigation. >> reporter: just within the last ten minutes, officers wrapped things up here at this intersection. you can still see quite a bit of glass there on the intersection, as wells a that crime scene investigation, right at that intersection at that bus stop. that is where a missouri da minivan was stuck. behind the wheel, an innocent bistander, who just happened to cross paths with a fleeing fleet. a bold street robbery of a woman walking at pacific heist around 5:00 this evening. >> the suspect approached her and grabbed her backpack, which included an ipad. >> reporter: officers in the area received a description and license plate of the vehicle. >> all of a sudden, a car came
through the intersection at a high speed, and another car behind with a police car after him. >> reporter: it was here where the chase ended in a frightening crash. the suspect's vehicle slammed into this minivan. >> my son was there literally three hours ago playing in the park. he's 4. so it's really heartbreaking and sad to see this going on in the community. >> reporter: the suv crashed into several parked cars. >> i ran into one of the stores on the block, because i was like, i don't need to see it. i just want to be safe. >> reporter: all three male suspects were arrested. did police overreact in the response to a stolen backpack? a captain at the scene said not given recent results. >> we've been hit pretty hard by recent street robberies,
smart phones, and ipads. hopefully we'll be able to tie these suspects into other crimes. >> reporter: just up the street from here there was a community meeting tonight about the theft of ipads and iphones. the supervisor telling me tonight, this is a reminder that all of us with these devices need to be aware of our surroundings. heather holmes, ktvu, channel 2 news. more details now on the frequency of these crimes. san francisco police tell us, they've taken almost 1200 reports of robberies involving a smart phone so far this year. those reports make up more than half of the 2300 robbery cases reported to sfpd all this year. new video into the ktvu news room tonight. police say they were called into the screen on vermont street near prince street around 6:30 tonight. they say a young man was dead inside a car. he had been shot multiple
times. witnesses say they heard 12 to 15 shots fired. it appears the shooter walked over to that car and opened fire. targeting that man inside. new information tonight about a brazen robbery at a safeway store in san leandro. investigators are interviewing a man who might be linked to that robbery. police detained a possible suspect. they impounded the silver van he was driving. five men pulled off last night's robbery in san leandro. police say at least four of those five men had guns. officers say the men ordered everyone to get onto the floor and then stole money from the cash registers. and he was hilt by a bullet while sleeping in bed. this 11-year-old boy is back home. in 13 minutes, why his family says they are frustrated with police. turning now to the race for the white house. new polls in three battle
ground states suggest a possible turning point. president obama's once narrow lead over mitt romney has now widened considerably. in ohio, the president has moved out to a 10 point lead. ohio is traditional been key to any republican presidential victory. in florida, which is another crucial state for the gop, the president is now up by 9 points. in pennsylvania, the president is ahead by 12 points. the polls were conducted in the past week for the "new york times" and cbs news. what's caused this surge in the polls and why does the president seem to be pulling away? ktvu's ken wayne is live in san francisco with some answers to that, and also why this first debate next week is so critical. >> reporter: frank issue number 1 is the economy. many americans believe it's heading in the right direction. mitt romney has been relentlessly pounding president obama about the economy.
he did it again today in ohio. >> i don't believe we can afford four more years like the past four years. >> maybe they haven't been happy the last four years. maybe they were disappointed with obama, but generally, they think we're on the right path. >> reporter: we found people at union square willing to discuss the merits of both candidates. >> he's been president for four years, and we haven't seen the turn around that he had promised. i'm not sure why the numbers aren't correlating to his performance? >> reporter: some republicans aren't buying the latest poll results. >> i don't think the election is over by any way shape or form. i think it's going to go down to the wire. >> reporter: next week's debate may be critical for romney. >> you have to get people at your side. the debate is key. >> reporter: corey cook says the bar is actually low for
romney. >> he really needs to have a positive debate performance, where he appears presidential. that basic standard, does this guy look like he can be president is one he hasn't met over the last two or three weeks. >> reporter: there are three scheduled debates, the first one at the university of denver one week from tonight. ken wayne, ktvu, channel 2 news. a caltrain accident sent one man to the hospital, and snarled the evening commute in san bruno. a northbound train clipped a vehicle about 6:00 tonight. the driver of that vehicle suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. trains were delayed about 30 minutes. a caltrain spokesperson could not tell us if the crossing arms were working properly, or how the car ended up on the tracks. new details about a teenage driver from concord who struck and killed a father and daughter on their bikes. we learned that the teen was
going 72 miles per hour in a 45 mile-per-hour zone at the time of the crash. tonight, the 17-year-old is behind bars, after pleading guilty to vehicular manslaughter. the suv ran onto the sidewalk to avoid hitting another car. instead, he struck and killed 41-year-old solaiman nuri, and his 9-year-old daughter hadessa. the widow and mother of the victims spoke of her pain. >> everybody has a wife, everybody has a sister, everybody has a brother. put yourself in my shoes when you tell me how you would feel. >> the judge called him a danger to society. sentencing is set for october 22. he could be held in juvenile detention until he is 21 years old. the university of
california revealed it is going to pay out $1 million in claims stemming from that pepper spray incident. today, officials announced that the uc system is paying damages of $30,000 each. in addition they will pay $50,000 to the plaintiff attorneys and set aside $100,000 for any other climbs. the agreement must first be approved in federal court. late word of a deal to settle the impasse between the nfl and referees. see when the real refs will take the field again. mahmoud ahmadinejad took to the podium calling for a new world order. >> continued threats by the
uncivillized zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality. >> president ahmadinejad made no mention of iran's nuclear program. this is likely his last major speech at the u.n. his term of office ends next summer. tonight, more than two weeks after chris stevens was killed at a u.s. consulate in libya, his family is preparing for his funeral. they remembered a son who worked tirelessly to try to make this word a better place. >> a proud mother shared these treasured photos with me today of a little boy who loved life. was a master of disguise, and rarely stopped smiling. >> that was chris. you never saw him without a smile. >> that little boy with the
movie star good looks was christopher stevens. he grew up to be theambassador to libya. his mother learned her oldest child was dead. the first u.s. ambassador to be killed since 1979. >> after the first shock, you're just kind of numb and you just do what has to be done. >> we were sitting right here, so at that time, i was really not able to talk, but i did stand up. >> she stood up out of respect for the caller, president obama. she and chris's stepfather of more than three dozen years met privately with the president when chris's body was returned to american soil. >> he was cremated. and i brought the ashes back. from he will be interred in grass valley, next to the grandfather he adored. a man who never met a stranger.
>> i think he got those genes, clearly, he got those genes, you know. >> they want chris's work to create democracies in libya, and the rest of the middle east to continue. so they've created a nonprofit in his memory. >> then chris's death will have had additional meaning. >> the last time they saw him in may, they gave a big party in their home to celebrate his leaving for libya. >> yeah, that turned out to be his farewell. >> reporter: that hole in his mother's heart is still there, but e ououri of love for her son is helping to fill it. this bay area boy is back home tonight after a bullet struck him in his own bed. coming up, why his family says they are frustrated with police. also, a bay area woman says she was just 13 years old when a teacher started molesting her at school.
voice to other victims of abuse. >> reporter: the 30-year-old sex abuse surviver filed this lawsuit against the moraga school district. she tells us, two of her former teachers at this middle school sexually abused her. kristin says she suffers from post traumatic stress disorder, and copes with the help of her service dog murphy. she tells us, she was only 13 years old, when the sex abuse started, and lasted for about five years. >> that one is pretty hard to look at. that's before the abuse started. >> reporter: she says she filed a lawsuit, because school officials failed to protect her, when they were aware at least one of the teachers had previous complaints against him by another student. >> if i could get a time machine and go back and start over before all of this, that's what i would want from the school district. >> reporter: the district would not comment on the lawsuit.
she says they failed to hold the two teachers accountable, and enabled them to steal her childhood. >> they can't give that to me, so now i find the need to hold them responsible. >> reporter: she says she suppressed the memories until she started experiencing flashbacks and nightmares about her ordeal two years ago, and reported the abuse to police. >> all of a sudden, all the rape and stalking, and all the abuse, that came full into my memory. >> reporter: she says she hopes the lawsuit will enable other survivers to speak up, and report abuse. >> it was the best decision i ever made. that was the only way i could have gotten my life back. >> reporter: she is now married, and is the assistant coach of the cal's women's swim team. one of her abusers killed himself. the other has been convicted of abusing her and is serving a state sentence.
a new fence is going up at a san mateo elementary school, where authorities say a 9-year- old girl was abducted from a restroom. the girls able to get away, and the suspect was caught. but parents are angry about how the school handled the situation. at a safety meeting today, hundreds of concerned parents packed park side elementary school. our cameras were not allowed inside. parents say although the student was snatched about 2:45 in the afternoon on friday, they weren't alerted until hours later. >> this should never happen. they should not even wait to do some action until someone almost gets abducted here. >> the school says it has taken a number of steps to improve safety. 25-year-old bradley marozak faces kidnapping charges. he is currently held without bay. plants were found inside a small warehouse on charter park drive.
authorities say there were as many as 600 plants with a street value of a quarter million dollars. they also found 50 pounds of processed marijuana. according to the contra costa times, officer thomas hothchile was arrested yesterday. he has also been placed on administrative leave. so far, no charges have been filed against him, and no details have been released about the alleged incident. a family from vallejo has filed a claim against the city after a police officer killed one of their dogs. police have said that the officer had no choice but to shoot when the family's two dogs charged him during a visit to their home in may. an 11-year-old labrador mix was killed. the other dog wasn't injured. the officer was there to take a report on identity theft. the family is seeking unspecified damages. the nfl referees union has reached a tentative contract
agreement and the regular refs are expected back on the field for tomorrow night's game. the sides concluded two days of talks just about an hour ago, ending that lockout that began in june. the details have not been released, and must still be raffed by the union. a controversial call during monday night's game turned up the pressure for the agreement. we'll have more on this tentative deal coming up later in sports. an 11-year-old boy is out of the hospital tonight, and recovering at home after being shot while he was sound asleep in his bed. it happened in oakland. paul chambers was there, and tells us the one thing the little boy no longer wanted to do inside his house. >> reporter: amazingly, luis hernandez was all smiles, even though he has a bullet lodged in his back. we were there every step of the way as his father helped him back into his home. >> i'm happy, but i don't want to sleep in the same room,
because i'm scared like it's going to happen again. >> reporter: that fear is shared by his family. >> i don't want my kids here no more. >> reporter: it was 1:00 last thursday morning that a shooter, or shooters fired at least 16 bullets into luis's home. >> i want to thank the teachers and the principal who came to visit me and gave my presents. >> reporter: his family also wanted to thank oakland mayor jean quan who visited him in the hospital. >> i haven't spoke to the police. they didn't even went to the hospital and talk to me or nothing. >> reporter: oakland police chief howard jordan did release this statement. we've had unfortunate tragic experiences involving children and gun violence. these crimes affect me more personally than anything else. this case with luis is no different. for now, the most important
part is luis's well-being. >> i'm going to try my best not to be scared of what happened to me. >> reporter: luis and his family will sleep in a different room until they find a new home. in oakland paul chambers, ktvu, channel 2 news. your day today a lot like yesterday. temperature as little cooler in some spots. 86 in fairfield. 87 in antioch. 70s in hayward. as we head into tomorrow, friday, and saturday, things start to change around. you'll notice it first thing tomorrow, temperatures start to increase. why? less fog tomorrow. as we look at the fog forecast, look at 7:00 a.m. it's not pushed well inland, right along the coast. you're waking up mostly sunny around the inland area and around the bay. that's going to promote warmer daytime highs for thursday.
we'll take a look back here at 10:45. fans of the show the x factor gathered tonight at cal state east bay. ♪ [ music ] helped welcome students back to school with viewing parties at all of the audition locations. fans also grabbed up some goodies, such as x factor t- shirts and cups. our cameras were there during those local auditions. tomorrow night on the 10:00 news, we will take you behind the scenes, and sit down with some of the lucky contestants who made it through. which cities will see a hike in sales tax next week? plus, it's being billed as a worldwide first. the all electric scooters now available in one city for just a few hundred dollars an hour. a new fuse in the junta virus.
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continuing coverage of the junta virus scare. a whole new round of testing got underway today. >> yosemite park workers have been ordered not to talk about it publicly, but today, california health officials tested 100 employees on a voluntary basis for the junta virus. there have been nine confirmed cases. today workers filled out a questionnaire, and gave blood. >> the blood test will be looking at infection, any past infection, and the questionnaire shows their work habits, their living habits. >> reporter: today's testing is a pilot program.
>> we know that when people get sick from junta virus and show symptoms, the mortality rate is very high. many get sick and die. it would really be important to know for any health official to understand is that just a small portion of the total number? >> reporter: some visitors were surprised the state waited so long. >> you would think since they're here all the time they would have maybe had more cases. >> reporter: while park employees wait to find out more about today's results, and the testing coming up, park visitors will also become very familiar with junta virus. at yosemite, robert honda, ktvu, channel 2 news. starting monday, sales taxes are going up in parts of the bay area in contra costa county, people in hercules and
san pablo will be paying more. in each case, the increase is one half of one percent. landlords can no longer force renters to declaw their pets in california. governor jerry brown has signed a bill that make it is illegal for landlords to reject tenants. today, scoot networks introduced the first network of shared electric scooters. users can sign up, and rent them for $5 an hour, or $10 for the day. a special app on your smart phone plugs into the dash to operate the scooter. right now, the scooters are available at four locations in the south of market area, but scoot also has plans to expand. stock markets fell on news from europe.
there was some positive news about the housing market in the united states, but economic protests in greece and concerns about spain drove stock prices down. dozens of miniature horses facing eviction. the ultimatum given today to a farm. >> certainly, i didn't intend any harm. >> first, he was arrested for poisoning his girlfriend. only on 2, he tells us, it was all a misunderstanding.
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supplement he gave her. >> i drink it all the time, of course. >> reporter: we found the 67- year-old free. no charges filed. >> it's happened, i canaled undue it. we can all try to creek it. there's the upside is, the positive publicity. >> reporter: publicity, he says for the miracle mineral supplement, which he swears by. >> it's just a mineral. >> reporter: which is why he brought a supply to the nursing home, where his long time girlfriend, recovering from surgery drank it for weeks. >> certainly, i didn't intend any harm, and further more vicky was actively participating in this process. >> reporter: police were told it had as much chlorine as a
swimming pool. lockridge became a poisoning suspect. >> this is not chlorine. this is chlorine dioxide. >> reporter: it's used in water treatment plants. according to the fda, not safe for human consumption, but users say it disinfects the body. they follow online demonstrations, mixing, and drinking it with juice. lockridge for emphysema and heart disease. it's not clear how drinking it affected the 63-year-old girlfriend, but for now, he is banned from any contact with her. new developments in a story about a miniature horse farm we've been following. love patch farms say they've been given an election notice and have to be out by next tuesday morning. at this point, the not clear what will happen to the horses, or the couple who owns them. they need about a half million
dollars to hold off eviction. san francisco has reporteddity first human case of west nile virus since 2005. city health workers think there are even more cases in the city where people aren't even aware that they're infected. that's why couriers were hard at work today, dropping pacts of larvaicide into storm drains around the city. park officials say the windy climate in san francisco actually isn't hospitable for mosquitoes. >> people are speculating about differences in climate then rainfall and mosquito density. it's really hard to know why we're having it at this time. >> the program was started seven years ago. san francisco police say a man wanted on murder charges has surrendered.
20-year-old dylan lamali. police say the victim was shot to death after an argument on treat street. investigators say family members convinced lamali to surrender. adrian landers was also arrested in connection with this same case. come march 1, overnight parking of large recreational vehicles on many san francisco streets will be illegal. it was approved in a 7-4 vote. supporters said residents have long complained people were living in many rv's, and making the streets dirty. not determining exactly what streets will be included in the ban. the ban is expected to include streets near the beach, golden gate park, the bay view district and potrero hills. a rally against a san francisco grocery chain. dozens of people protested the
decision to join a federal immigration program called e- verify. they are demanding they stop participating in it or face a boycott. >> we want our community to know, it has always been a place for immigrants. a safe place, an inviting place for immigrants, and will always be that. >> e-verify requires companies employ u.s. citizens or foreign citizens with the proper authorization, and it is checked electronically. governor brown signed legislation today that will change how the performance of a california public school is determined. it requires the department of education to use a mix of factors when determining a school's academic performance index, or api. the new law gives the state
until 2015 to adopt the new api. you can watch all of our newscasts live on your mobile device. legendary singer andy williams has lost his battle with cancer. ♪ [ music ] >> williams became world famous with his silky voiced moon river. that was one of his many easy listening hits. he was once called a national treasure by president reagan. williams performed up until just a few months ago. he died last night in branson, missouri, at age 84. they are pedaling thousands of miles for a good cause. why two cyclists say the trip is nothing compared to what many women go through. >> and i'm back here in just a few minutes, things are changing around in the long
ended safely in san jose tonight. it started about 5:45 this evening, when a distraught man walked into a law office with a handgun. the people inside the building on the 1,000 block of taylor street managed to escape, averting a hostage situation. they were able to contact the man using a bull horn and he finally came out around 7:40 tonight without incident. the father of a man accused of killing 15-year-old sierra lamar was convicted of 17 sex crimes. he sexually molested a female relative starting when she was just 4 years old. he now faces a sentence of life in prison. back in the 80s, he was also convicted of manslaughter. his son is accused of kidnapping and murdering sierra lamar. lamar hasn't been seen since march 16, when she disappeared while on her way to catch a bus to school in morgan hill.
a former gay rights activist, and staffer went to court today and pleaded not guilty to child pornography charges. he was convicted on charges of sending and receiving child porn. the search warrant lists sending numerous photographs with someone in australia. he is due back in court november 9. in news of the world tonight in greece protesters toss molotov cocktails at riot police who fire back with tear gas. the greek government has agree today $15 billion in spending cuts, demanded by natural creditors. in syria, two suicide bombs exploded just ten minutes apart outside army headquarters in
damascus. at least five people were killed, including an iranian tv reporter. security camera footage showed the first bombing, where a van slowed down, and then exploded. that also may have been a diversion to allow the second bomber to get closer. in uruguay, lawmakers in the chamber of deputies have voted to legalize abortion with a one vote margin. the bill gives women the right to abortion in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. cuba is the only other latin american country with legalized abortion in the first trimester of pregnancy. the cyclists efforts were celebrated tonight in fremont. the 6,000-mile journey began in
anchorage alaska. the cyclists are on their way to colombia, south carolina. >> compare today what these breast cancer survivers go through in chemotherapy and radiation, what we're doing is nothing. >> the riders say they wanted to challenge themselves while supporting a charity. the mother of one rider was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. oakland is playing a new role in the national debate about healthcare. the documentary film by highland hospital premiering in new york tonight. >> tracking warmer weather, when temperatures will reach the 90s, in the complete bay area forecast.
that plays out every day. now a new film about the nation's healthcare system is getting oscar buzz. the documentary was filmed in the emergency room of oakland's highland hospital. >> one of the 75 staff that work in the emergency department. >> you just wait here and the doctor is going to come in and see you. >> they come in every day, often because they don't have insurance or a primary doctor. also featured in a new documentary called the waiting room. it shows the healthcare system through the eyes of patient and hospital staff. tonight, the film has its premiere in new york city. >> we wanted to be able to insert our film into the national conversation is a
privilege, and something that we're really graham for. >> the -- grateful for. >> the film has no narrator. >> when i saw it, oh, my god, it was just awesome. i was just moved by it. i cried through the whole first showing. >> reporter: many people in oakland hope the national attention will spark dialogue about healthcare problems in the u.s. >> i was just impressed by the number of dimensions that he got in to film, talking to people at the hospital, both patients and staff. >> reporter: as this film shows nationwide, it shows a slice of highland hospital on the big screen and on the frontlines in this healthcare debate. a strong earthquake hit the remote aleutian islands in alaska tonight. the magnitude quake hit the sparsely populated area just after 3:30 p.m.
it was felt in the communities of adak. no tsunami warning was issued. an 8.6 quake this april in the indiana ocean. u.s. seismologists say it's long been thought that aftershocks occurred close to the main shock, but that quake back in april did something quite different. >> the aftershock zone extended essentially across the world. that shuck up the conventional wisdom. >> he said his study found within 24 hours of the indiana ocean quake, there were four 6.0, or greater earthquakes off western north america. it seems that strike flip earthquakes seem to be more prone to transfer their stresses over longer distances. nasa says the hubble space
telescope has captured the farthest ever view of the universe. thousands of galaxies that are billions of light years away. hubble pointed cameras at just one small area of space. the fog is back along the coast. it's pretty dense along highway 1. it's having a tough time getting inland. fog right along the coast, and we're getting a push here, but that's it. tomorrow morning, i don't expect a lot of fog. this morning, we had good fog coverage all over the place. as we go into the next few days, specifically in the bay area weekend, things heat up. tomorrow it's a little warmer. but friday, saturday, and sunday significant heat. record heat? i don't know about that. but mid-90s in some of the warmer spots. that's going to increase our fire danger. tomorrow, it's similar to what we had today. here's the fog forecast, see how it sits along the coast?
that's at 8:00 a.m. when you start off mostly sunny, you end up basically mostly warmer. the we're going to see plenty of upper 80s, and even lower 90s, tomorrow, the fog will be right at the coast, so you will have low visibility. as we head into the weekend, the air starts to sink. this is classic fall weather. the air is going to sink. as it sinks it warms. as it warms it starts to go offshore. it also dries, and that increases the fire danger. mid-90s in the inland bay valleys. is that crazy hot? no. but some of the warmest weather we've seen for the entire month of september. 91 in clear lake tomorrow. 90 in st. helena. we're ramping up the temperatures each day as we go into saturday and sunday as well. air quality still good with this pattern so far, we'll be
watching as we head to the weekend. 86 in morgan hill. 87 in gilroy. then right along the coast, that fog gets pretty dee out there right now. down by princeton, and up north. 75 right now tomorrow in mountain view. the five-day forecast with your weekend in view then, you see the weekend really jacks those numbers up. 98 on sunday. the warmest inland locations, but that's some of the warmest weather we've seen this month. it's been a really cool month. but it's going to be quite a warm up. this weekend, fire danger goes up, we'll be tracking it. >> all right, thank you bill. another key game tonight in the a's playoff run. all the highlights, and explaining why the nfl referees deal offers a long term solution. plus california grants special status to a reptile. legislation that honors the leather back.
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decades. also, october 15 as pacific leatherback sea turtle conservation day. joe is in for mark tonight. finally, some good news when it comes to the nfl and the refs. >> it's about time. you can bet the league will never admit it, but it's amazing how quick the negotiations advance with the lockout officials. the only people who didn't see things clearly on this disputed touchdown wall were the ones wearing the striped shirts. tonight comes word that the league, and the referees association have agreed on an eight year deal. their longest ever. there is a game scheduled tomorrow night that will be refereed by veteran officials. the new agreement won't be voted on until friday and saturday, clearing the way for the veterans to be in place on sunday. the oakland a's did their part tonight in their attempt to nail down at least an american league wild card spot. they began today with a magic
number of 7. last night, it was brandon moss. tonight the same thing happened to josh hamilton after the hit by josh donaldson. carter, and moss both scored. donaldson goes to third. this is part of a 5 run 1st inning by the a's. the rangers pull to within 5-3 off jared parker until stephen drew picked up this hit. the a's make it two in a row over the rangers, moving to within 3 games was division lead. what about the wild card race? the angels won in walkoff fashion over seattle. torii hunter with a single in the 9th to score izturis. the angels stay within 2 games of the wild card race. oakland's magic number to be in the playoffs is trimmed to 6. it's no longer about magic numbers for the giants. the season numbers are worth noting. get out of the house on a school night, and take in a ballgame. that will make you go a little bit crazy. buster posey at the plate for the giants in the 3rd inning
off wade miley. the 100th rbi of the year for posey. barry bonds in his final mvp season, the last giant to drive in 100 runs in a season. matt cain helped himself in the 5th, with a ground ball in the hole that he beat out to drive in hunter pence. cain picked up his 16th win. he and three relievers shut out arizona 6-0. fines were handed down by the nfl today in response to indiscretions by coaches and players. the steelers ryan monday found out how much lighter in the pocketbook he will be as a result of this hit to the head on the raiders darius heyward- bey on sunday. somehow, $121,000. heyward-bey was released from the hospital on monday, after suffering from a concussion and strained next. bill belichick got $50,000 for touching an official. >> i saw that. grabbed his arm. >> hopefully, all of that is behind us. >> new refs in by tomorrow
that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger.
sometimes if someone's thin, single, and neat, people assume they're gay. that's the stereotype. you normally don't think of gay people as fat, sloppy, and married. i'm sure there are. i don't want to perpetuate the stereotype. i'm sure they're a minority, though, within the gay community. probably discriminated against. because of that, people tell them, "joe, i enjoy being gay with you, "but it's time you got in shape, tucked your shirt in, and lost the wife." if it's assumed that neat people are gay,